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8 Dec 2010, 09:52 by radiopanteonSouvenir's Young America - 6:38
Tinariwen - Tenhert
Tinariwen - Assuf Ag Assuf
The Pentangle - Pentangling
Earth - Untitled
Neurosis - The Eye of Every Storm
Blindead - Affliction XXIX II MXMVI
Souvenir's Young America - 9:18
Earth - Raiford (The Felon Wind)
Tinariwen - Enseqi Ehad Didagh
Fairport Convention - Quiet Joys Of Brotherhood
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29 Aug 2010, 20:47 by samueljeronimohttp://i1023.photobucket.com/albums/af359/samueljeronimo_photos/robertwyatt_rockbottom.jpg
- Adriano Correia de Oliveira, Gente de aqui e de agora e outras canções (Orfeu, 1971);
- Agitation Free, 2nd (Vertigo, 1973);
- Aksak Maboul, Un peu de l'ame des bandits (Crammed, 1979);
- Al Di Meola, Elegant gypsy (Columbia, 1976);
- Al Di Meola, Land of the midnight sun (Columbia, 1976);
- Al Di Meola, Casino (Columbia, 1977);
- Al Green, Let's stay together (Hi, 1972);
- The Alan Parsons Project, Tales of mystery and imagination (Mercury, 1975);
- The Alan Parsons Project, I Robot (Arista, 1977);
- The Alan Parsons Project, Pyramid (Arista, 1978);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Idlewild south (Capricorn, 1970);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Eat a peach (Polydor, 1972);
- The Allman Brothers Band, Brothers and sisters (Capricorn, 1973);
- Alusa Fallax, Intorno alla mia cattiva educazione (Mellow, 1974);
- Amazing Blondel, Fantasia lindum (Island, 1971);
7 Dec 2009, 20:40 by jaricleiv
17 Aug 2009, 12:48 by samueljeronimo- 13th Floor Elevators, The psychedelic sounds of 13th Floor Elevators (Sunspots, 1966);
- MC5, Kick out the jams (Wrong, 1969);
- Adriano Correia de Oliveira, O canto e as armas (Orfeu, 1969);
- Afterglow, Afterglow (Sundazed, 1968);
- Al Wilson, Searching for the dolphins (Soul City, 1969);
- Alexander "Skip" Spence, Oar (Sundazed, 1969);
- Amon Düül II, Phallus Dei (Liberty, 1969);
- Andrew Hill, Point of departure (Blue Note, 1964);
- Andromeda, Andromeda (Angel Air, 1969);
- António Carlos Jobim, Wave (Polygram, 1967);
- Arcadium, Breathe awhile (Akarma, 1969);
- Archie Shepp, Kwanza (Impulse, 1969);
- Argent, Argent (BSO, 1969);
- Art, Supernatural fairy tales (Fontana, 1969);
- Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers, A night in Tunisia (EMI, 1960);
- Arthur Brown, The crazy world of Arthur Brown (Polydor, 1967);
- Arzachel, Arzachel (Akarma, 1969);
- The Association, Renaissance (Collectors’ Choice Music, 1967);
7 Jul 2009, 21:24 by LlorenzaThe Pentangle – Basket Of Light
The Pentangle brings us back in more folkier atmospheres. If you ask me (who doesn’t know a lot about folk music) this album is quite typical folk music, but as it turns out it was quite a revolution in 1969 and rejected by folk purists. Djeez!
The Pentangle mixes folk with a lot of influences, especially eastern ones, and jazz music. To be honest, I don’t really hear the jazz part, but I’m not that great a jazz connoisseur of course. The eastern influences however are obvious (the sitar in Once I Had A Sweetheart!) and really add something to the music: this is folk music with original sounds.
The group was formed by John Renbourn and Bert Jansch, already popular solo, but they left most of the singing work to Jacqui McShee, whose voice reminds me very much of Joan Baez, but is even in higher regions than Joan’s voice. A very folky voice I’m not really that fond of. After some time I got used to it, but still… this kind of female voice (very ethereal) is not my cup of tea. …
1 Mar 2009, 02:57 by Babs_05
18 Jan 2009, 10:23 by Thelonious9The greatest thing about The Pentangle is the way they mingle instruments and styles in a way that shouldn’t hang together but somehow does. Keith Richards and Ron Wood talk about their combined fretwork as “weaving”, well Bert Jansch and John Renbourn have made some fine tapestries in their time too. You could just listen to the albums they’ve made as a duo but then you’d be missing out on another fine ingredient which makes The Pentangle, namely the jazz influenced drums and bass of Terry Cox and Danny Thompson. The Charles Mingus cover versions tell you where they’re at. Add on top Jacqui McShee’s vocals, light and sweet (and contrasting nicely with Bert Jansch’s grim moan) and you’ve got a jazz folk band like no other. Getting to see them all play together at London’s South Bank last year was a real treat.
Good places to start: Light Flight; Hole in the Coal
18 Dec 2008, 22:00 by Thelonious9I think it’s been a great year for music. Well, I’ve enjoyed it anyway. Maybe it’s been lastfm and my friends there that made it for me.
Here are some acts that brightened up my year:
Elbow – suddenly the whole world was on their side and they loved it back. The show at the Roundhouse was very good but the one earlier in the year at the Festival Hall, with Fleet Foxes in support and a cobbled together choir in matching bowler hats, was one of the greatest I’d ever been to.
Hot Chip – A cracking mid-afternoon set just as we were flagging at the V festival.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!! earned its six exclamation marks.
The Ting Tings – here on the merit of the year’s best pop song. I thought I’d tire of That’s Not My Name in two weeks but now think I never will.
Siouxsie – An electrifying set at the 02 festival. The two seventeen year olds standing behind us were considering offering themselves up for sacrifice.
15 Oct 2008, 19:26 by astrogarageMy recommendations are Agitation Free Albert Ayler Amon Düül II Andrew Hill Anthony Braxton Art Ensemble of Chicago Ash Ra Tempel Bert Jansch Brian Eno & David Byrne Can Caravan Carole King Cecil Taylor Eric Dolphy Fairport Convention Fripp & Eno Genesis Gentle Giant Gillian Welch Gong Harmonia Harold Budd, Simon Raymonde, Robin Guthrie & Elizabeth Fraser Janis Ian Joan Armatrading John Zorn Joni Mitchell Judee Sill Kate Rusby Kathleen Edwards Lucinda Williams Magma Martha Wainwright Mary Gauthier Neko Case Over the Rhine Patty Griffin Peter Hammill Pharoah Sanders Quicksilver Messenger Service Richard & Linda Thompson Rickie Lee Jones Sandy Denny The Pentangle The United States of America Thelonious Monk This Mortal Coil Tift Merritt Tim Buckley Tori Amos Traffic